NEW 2017 Summer Tuition Grant

Many students need to take summer classes in order to graduate on time or catch up on coursework they may have missed during the spring/fall semesters. Unfortunately, less financial aid can be available for summer classes. UNL is beginning a 2017 Summer Tuition Grant for low-and-middle-income families to address this need.

Here are the qualifications:
-Complete the Summer Aid Application available to students in MyRED beginning mid-March
-Be a resident of the State of Nebraska for tuition purposes
-Be an undergraduate student in a degree-seeking program at UNL
-Have a valid 2016-2017 FAFSA on file with an Expected Family Contribution of $11,000 or below (deadline: June 30, 2017)
-Enroll in 3 or more summer credit hours (any combination of sessions and instruction modes)
-Be a freshman, sophomore, or junior grade level (fewer than 89 earned/completed credits, including transfer, by summer)
-Be a Title IV financial aid-eligible student (see http://financialaid.unl.edu/eligibility.shtml)
-And not be receiving a summer tuition award from any other federal, state, or University program

Students can receive up to $1,400. Here are the maximum award amounts depending on how many credit hours are taken:

6 or more credits: $1,400
5 credits: $1,100
4 credits: $900
3 credits: $700
0-2 credits: $0

Contact the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid to find out more:
402-472-2030 or financialaid@unl.edu

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